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Articles > 2014 > 28 February > Reviews > Book reviews >

‘What sleeps deepest in us’

Martyn Halsall reads recent collections by contemporary poets

Sorry for Your Troubles
Pádraig Ó Tuama
Canterbury Press £9.99
(978-1-84825-462-6)
Church Times Bookshop £9 (Use code CT487 )

Sleeping Keys
Jean Sprackland
Jonathan Cape £10
(978-0-22409-769-7)
Church Times Bookshop £9 (Use code CT487 )

Knowing Through Poetic Reflection
Brian E. ...

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